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I Commend Runtown, Falz For Leading #EndSARS Protest – Olamide



Popular rapper, Olamide Adedeji has come out to say that he would’ve participated in the #EndSARS protest if he was in the country.

This is coming after Nigerian celebs, including Tiwa Savage, Toke Makinwa, Tacha, Jaywon, and others joined the protest led by Runtown and Falz.

According to Olamide, his colleagues who have started the protest should be commended for their bravery and he actually regrets being abroad.

He added that he is currently supporting Falz, Runtown, and co in spirit until he returns to Nigeria.

His words, “Tiwa Run Toke Falz jaywon jamopyper and so many others… I even see my manager 💪🏾 shiii everybody don fall out on d #EndSARS matter. So sad I’m not in NIG atm to show my support but I’m with d people of Nig in spirit. Everyone who’s out there protesting I salute your bravery.”

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Olamide Adedeji (born 15 March 1989), known professionally as Olamide (but popularly called Olamide Baddo or BaddoSneh), is a Nigerian hip hop recording artist.

He records mostly in Yoruba, his native tongue. In 2011, he released his debut studio album Rapsodi while signed to Coded Tunes. YBNL, his follow-up album, was released under his label imprint YBNL Nation. The album was supported by the singles “First of All”, “Voice of the Street”, “Stupid Love”, and “Ilefo Illuminati”.

On 7 November 2013, he released his third studio album Baddest Guy Ever Liveth. The album’s singles include “Durosoke” and “Yemi My Lover”. On 17 July 2013, Olamide became the first Nigerian to sign an endorsement deal with Cîroc.

Olamide was born in Bariga, Lagos State on the 15th of March, 1989. In 2000, he decided to pursue a career in music. When asked why music, he said: “I found out I was gifted in it so I had to explore it. It’s my life, my hustle, my world”. In 2010, Olamide released ‘Eni Duro’ under the Coded Tunes record label which he was signed unto at the time. The song received nationwide critical acclaim and instantly shot Olamide to limelight.

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